In ordinary sampled-data control systems the system response to a step input can reach its equilibrium state only within n or more sampling intervals (n is the order of the controlled plant). In this paper multiple-impulses are used, instead of ordinary simple impulses, to speed up the system response. In such sampled data systems the system response to step input can reach its equilibrium state within less than n, even one, sam-pling intervals. Methods of design of such kind of sampled-data systems and...

In ordinary sampled-data control systems the system response to a step input can reach its equilibrium state only within n or more sampling intervals (n is the order of the controlled plant). In this paper multiple-impulses are used, instead of ordinary simple impulses, to speed up the system response. In such sampled data systems the system response to step input can reach its equilibrium state within less than n, even one, sam-pling intervals. Methods of design of such kind of sampled-data systems and their com-ponents are discussed. In the last part of the paper methods of compensating sampled data systems with dead time elements is also considered.

The dielectrie constants of toluene, carbon bisulphide, normal pentane, normal hexane, ethyl ether and iso-amyl alcohol were measured by a capacity bridge using a specially constructed liquid condenser at both 30° and 75℃ (22.4℃ only for the last liquid), for frequencies of 600,1000 and 2000 cycles per sec. and under pressures from 1 up to 12,000 kg/cm2. For the first four liquids, the dielectric constant is practically independent of the frequencies

The gravitational field and the motion of matter in the universe are investigated according to Einstein's field equations and his dynamical equations of motion. In a spatially isotropic and homogeneous space-time continuum it can be shown that up to about 2x10~8 l.y. the following relation holds between spectrum displacement δλ from distant spiral nebulae and their observa-tionally defined distance d,where A is Einstein's cosmological constant. The first term on the right hand side is essentially Hubble...

The gravitational field and the motion of matter in the universe are investigated according to Einstein's field equations and his dynamical equations of motion. In a spatially isotropic and homogeneous space-time continuum it can be shown that up to about 2x10~8 l.y. the following relation holds between spectrum displacement δλ from distant spiral nebulae and their observa-tionally defined distance d,where A is Einstein's cosmological constant. The first term on the right hand side is essentially Hubble and Humason's velocity-distance relation. The second part is a correction which amounts to 11.5% for d2x10~8 l.y. and hence lies within observational error of the present Mt. Wilson 100-inch telescope. The theory shows that both Milne's recent Newtonian theory of the expanding universe and Lemaitre's interpretation of tha velocity-distance are first order approximations and are valid only within 2xl08 l,y. from our galaxy. The calculation for the phenomsna of nebular recession beyond 2xl08 l.y. to be observed by the 200-inch telescope now under construction according to the present scheme will be presented in the near future.